Cheshire West and Chester Council has arranged two information sessions for residents wanting to know more, and give views, on new open space areas to be included in the Rose Meadow residential development in Northwich.
The development is currently being built at Artisan Way, to the east of London Road, and includes plans for a significant area of public open space or parkland.
The area to be landscaped will provide opportunities for public access and recreation, as well as new areas for nature and wildlife.
The Council has prepared some designs and proposed plans for how this area is to be landscaped, in conjunction with the developer at the site, and would like to share these with local residents who might want more detailed information or wish to comment.
Two public information sessions have been arranged at Northwich Memorial Court during January. Council officers will show the details of the proposals for the area of public open space and answer any questions from those attending. The dates for the sessions are as follows:
• Wednesday 18 January, 5pm to 8pm
• Saturday 28 January, 9am to 12 noon
The Council’s Cabinet Member for Housing, Planning and Climate Emergency, Councillor Matt Bryan said: “Both sessions will take place in the Foyer Bar at Memorial Court and residents can drop-in at any time.
“Visual presentations will be repeated over the course of both sessions, so that anyone attending doesn’t need to be present for the full duration of the session. There is no requirement for booking and pay and display parking is available at the Memorial Court venue.
“We hope as many people as possible are able to come along to comment on the plans to help shape this wonderful new outdoor space.”
Anyone who is not able to attend but would like further information please email: [email protected].